Cover Assignment Station 22

Thursday, July 3, 2014  Engine 49-1 responded into Lawrence Township last night for a cover at Station 22 while they fought a two-alarm fire on Hughes Avenue.

Photo Credit: Seth Callen

Photo Credit: Seth Callen

Photo Credit: Seth Callen

Photo Credit: Seth Callen


RIT To Hightstown 4 Alarm Fire

Wednesday, July 2, 2014   RIT 49 (Rescue 49) responded into Hightstown to a four-alarm fire on Powell Court in Wyckoffs Mill.



Tanker Certification Course 06/2014

Sunday, June 29, 2014   Station 49 hosted a two-day tanker certification course taught by John Reith of the N.J. Forest Fire Service and Plainsboro Captain Scott Kivet. Companies participating included Middlebush, Jamesburg, Cranbury, Millstone, East Windsor, Princeton Junction, Madison Park and West Windsor. Photos by Cindy Rashkin.



1st Alarm Fire Salt Creek Grille

Thursday, June 12, 2014   Station 49 responded on a one-alarm fire this morning to the Salt Creek Grille in Forrestal Village and extinguished a small fire in the kitchen that caused a heavy smoke condition in the restaurant. Responding with us on the first alarm were Kingston, Princeton, Cranbury, Kendall Park and Hightstown. Thanks for your response.



Car Into Pole Cranbury Neck Road

Tuesday, June 10, 2014  While already on a gas leak assignment on Larch Way the fire company was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Cranbury Neck Rd car vs. pole. Engine 49-1 diverted from the gas leak to the accident scene.  Prior to arrival the driver was out of the vehicle and not injured.  The crash took out a utility pole, and street sign in front of 205 Cranbury Neck Rd.  The road was closed for several hours while PSE&G worked to get a new utility pole in place.  Units that responded Engine 49-1, Engine 49, Deputy 49, Plainsboro Police, Plainsboro Rescue Squad.



Tom Healey Celebrates 25 Years With Fire Company

Saturday, May 31, 2014   The members of the fire company would like to express appreciation and gratitude to Tom Healey.  He has been an important member to the fire company and to the community celebrating 25 years of dedicated service.  

He currently serves as the fire company president, is a lieutenant and had been the safety officer for a number of years.



Engine 49 Responded To West Windsor Fire

Sunday, April 27, 2014   Engine 49 responded mutual aid into West Windsor for a house fire on Dunbar Drive.



Tanker 49 Special Called To Woodbridge 5 Alarm Fire

Friday, April 25, 2014   Tanker 49 was special called for a tanker task force assignment to help battle a massive recycling plant fire on Crows Mill Rd in Woodbridge Township Friday night April 25th. The fire quickly escalated to 5 alarms in all.  The crew from Tanker 49 was on scene from approximately 2230hrs Friday until 0600hrs Saturday morning.  



Ladder 49 Responds To 3rd Alarm Fire In Cranbury

Thursday, April 24, 2014   Ladder 49 responded mutual aid into Cranbury for a three-alarm structure fire on Plainsboro Road on Thursday April 24 just after 5pm.  The pictures were taken by fire company photographer Cindy Rashkin.



Rescue 49 To East Windsor Fire

Wednesday, April 16, 2014   The fire company was dispatched on the 1st alarm as RIT for a fire in the Twin Rivers apartment complex. Rescue 49 responded and was on location for a few hours. The call was quickly upgraded to the 2nd alarm, eventually going to 4 alarms. In all 4 units were damaged by the fire of the 8 units in the building.  Multiple companies responded to the scene:

East Windsor Volunteer Fire Companies and 2, Hightstown Fire Company, Robbinsville Fire Company, Monroe Fire Company, West Windsor Fire Company, Plainsboro Rescue 49, Princeton Junction Fire Company, Millstone Fire Company, Groveville Fire Company, Cranbury Fire Company, Jamesburg Fire Company, Clarksburg Fire Company, Hamilton Fire Company, Capital Health EMS and East Windsor Rescue Squad District 1 and 2.

Some of the pictures were taken by the fire company photographer Cindy Rashkin



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